Mila Kunis At 'Jupiter Ascending' Premiere In Hollywood
IN PHOTO: Cast member Mila Kunis poses at the premiere of "Jupiter Ascending" at the TCL Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California February 2, 2015. The movie opens in the U.S. on February 6. Picture taken February 2. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Mila Kunis’ stalker is out there. According to various reports, on Saturday evening, a man named Stuart Lynn Dunn escaped from a psychiatric centre in Pomona. He was convicted of stalking Mila Kunis.

According to Enews, Dunn left the Olive Vista Behavioural Health Centre located in Pomona, California on Saturday. Sheriff Department of Los Angeles informed the website that the probation department and deputies are looking for him.

In January 2013, he pleaded no contest for stalking actress Kunis. Dunn was held for allegedly breaking in the actress’ condo. In May 2012, he was also spotted waiting for Kunis outside her West Hollywood gym. Dunn was present near her gym for three days in a row. He was handed a restraining order but he violated the same.

Later, he was ordered to spend six months in a rehabilitation centre as well as probation of five years. Dunn was asked to maintain distance from Kunis and her reps for 10 years. Lt. Martin Rodriguez informed New York Daily News that the search for Dunn is “in progress and ongoing.”

Meanwhile, Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, recently, attended a concert of one of their favourite bands – U2. The duo came without their daughter Wyatt at Los Angeles For Innocence and Experience Tour by U2. Kutcher even thanked the band via a Facebook post for inspiring him.

The band U2 lost their tour manager Dennis Sheehan. He was found dead due to a heart attack. Frontman Bono said in a statement that they have lost a family member. “He wasn't just a legend in the music business, he was a legend in our band,” Bono said.

He added that Dennis made sure that they get on the stage on time. “We're going to make sure we do that tonight, in his memory.” The singer said that Dennis would just wanted that from U2.

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